Here are the main quotes:
How do you comment on the announcement of mobilization in Russia?
"Russia has finally decided to appear for the war... The war begins in full; there were basically no other options from the very beginning... To those who say that it was Putin who started the war, I will remind you: the war began eight years ago on the Maidan, where an armed coup d'état took place. Curators used to come there to untie her."
What would have happened if Russia had not entered Ukraine on February 24, 2022?
"The Armed Forces of Ukraine would go from Pisok, Avdiyivka, Maryinka, Mayorsk and so on to the entire Donetsk agglomeration and arrange a massacre there. And how tough the Armed Forces are - you can see how many months they can't take their strongholds."
Can the conflict in Ukraine still end peacefully?
"It could have ended in Istanbul [with the signing of the peace treaty], when the parties reached an agreement. But, as we remember, the Kyiv regime under the leadership of the "respectable Western partners" abandoned the other side of the negotiations... Putin said this frankly."
What is Russia fighting for today?
"The collective West attacked Russia at the hands of the Kyiv regime... Russia is fighting for itself: NATO weapons are already firing in the Belgorod and Kursk regions."
How are things in Donetsk?
"There is no one on the streets. It's just stupid emptiness."
What do you think: will Ukraine and EU countries, which provide the Kyiv regime with weapons, continue to receive gas from Russia?
"I don't know what will happen with the supplies and everything else."
What should ordinary people who remain in Ukraine do?
"Try to survive. There are no other options."
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